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The remastered album mines Prince's creative era between Nov. 1981 and Jan. 1983. Allan Beaulieu/Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Prince's '1999' Sees Another Life — This Time With 35 New Songs

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Fernando, Paulina and Bricia Lopez run Guelaguetza, the family's restaurant. The cuisine reflects traditions that are rooted in Oaxaca's many indigenous cultures, which the family honors at Thanksgiving. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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Family Shares Their Oaxacan Tradition Of Giving Thanks In New Cookbook

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